Device keeps liver 'alive' outside body in medical first
A donated human liver has been kept alive, warm and functioning outside a human being on a newly-developed machine and then successfully transplanted into patients in a medical world first. A British team of doctors, engineers and surgeons announcing the achievement said it could be common practice in hospitals across the developed world within a few years, up to doubling the number of livers available for transplant.
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